(PRESS RELEASE) The co-founder and Executive Director of the CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, Dr. Kofi Hope, informed the CEE Board that he will be stepping down by the summer of 2018, ending a more than 6-year run leading one of Toronto’s most innovative agencies serving Black youth.
Halifax's new poet laureate says everybody has a tale to tell, and for the next two years the accomplished scholar, author and social justice advocate says she'll work to uncover residents' untold stories.
On behalf of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia (JCANS) I take this opportunity to rebut and reject the negative comments of MLA Elizabeth McCrossin against JAMAICA and Jamaicans in particular.
Update: Smith-McCrossin has since apologized for her remarks.
The demographic landscape of Durham Region has changed and is continuing to change.
The Black Community in Ontario got to ask the hard questions and to hear directly from the leaders of three of the province’s major political parties contesting the June 7 general election.
On April 6th 2018, I had the opportunity and privilege to present an oral paper and submit a poster presentation at the, “Remember Me-The Changing Face of Memorialization” Conference (April 4th to 7th), in Hull, UK.
The first leaders debate for the Ontario provincial election kicked off at the Jamaican Canadian Association Centre last night in Toronto.
Jamil Jivani was basking in hard-earned success until a cancer diagnosis came out of the blue, on Family Day weekend.
The Acadia Art Gallery is exploring the Black Press tradition in Nova Scotia with an exhibit put together by recent Acadia graduate Sawyer Carnegie.
It should have been relatively straightforward. A recent arrival from Nova Scotia, Princewill Ogban went to a Service Ontario office in Hamilton to get his health card.
Talks of a ‘Vegas-like’ entertainment complex coming to Pickering, Ontario have been happening since 2014.